Modeling and Analysis of HetNets with mm-Wave Multi-RAT Small Cells Deployed Along Roads

Abstract :

We characterize a multi tier network with classi- cal macro cells, and multi radio access technology (RAT) small cells, which are able to operate in microwave and millimeter- wave (mm-wave) bands. The small cells are assumed to be deployed along roads modeled as a Poisson line process. This characterization is more realistic as compared to the classical Poisson point processes typically used in literature. In this con- text, we derive the association and RAT selection probabilities of the typical user under various system parameters such as the small cell deployment density and mm-wave antenna gain, and with varying street densities. Finally, we calculate the signal to interference plus noise ratio (SINR) coverage probability for the typical user considering a tractable dominant interference based model for mm-wave interference. Our analysis reveals the need of deploying more small cells per street in cities with more streets to maintain coverage, and highlights that mm-wave RAT in small cells can help to improve the SINR performance of the users.

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Gourab Ghatak, Antonio de Domenico, Marceau Coupechoux. Modeling and Analysis of HetNets with mm-Wave Multi-RAT Small Cells Deployed Along Roads. IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), Dec 2017, Singapore, Singapore. pp.1-7. ⟨hal-02292456⟩

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